EVACUATION PROCEDURES FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

The following is a general guideline of evacuation procedures during fire and other building emergencies.  It also addresses non-emergency situations. COVID19 Instructions:   In the event of a building evaluation, directional traffic signage does not need to be followed and that individuals should use their closest exits. Wear a mask upon exiting and re-entering the building.  When evacuating … Continue reading EVACUATION PROCEDURES FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

Reminder – Slips, Trips and Falls Prevention Training on December 8th

Hello Clarkson Employees, This is a reminder to register for the ‘Slips, Trips and Falls Prevention Training’ coming up on Tuesday, December 8th, 2020. This training will be conducted jointly by Jessica A. Wojick, Vice President and Sr. Managing Consultant for Marsh Advisory; Erica Arnold, Environment Health & Safety Manager; and Michael Tremper, Director of Facilities & Services. This training is vital … Continue reading Reminder – Slips, Trips and Falls Prevention Training on December 8th

Mandatory Student Fire Safety Training

Did you know that October is Fire Safety Awareness Month?To help keep our students safe, fire safety education and awareness is provided through multiple avenues at Clarkson University including residential fire safety brochures, checklists, training, mock dorm burns, and room inspections. It is critical that all students understand the importance of fire safety and what … Continue reading Mandatory Student Fire Safety Training

RAVE Alert – Monthly Emergency Communication TEST

To the Beacon campus community:Tuesday October 13th, 2020 we will conduct the monthly test of our RAVE Alert Emergency Notification System. On this date we will only test email and text messaging. RAVE Emergency Alert System utilizes Clarkson email and cell phone text messages.  Your Clarkson email is automatically loaded.  To receive a text message, login to PeopleSoft, under “Self Service”. Students – https://intranet.clarkson.edu/peoplesoft/ (MyCU) > Self Service  Fac/Staff – https://intranet.clarkson.edu/peoplesoft/ (MyCU) … Continue reading RAVE Alert – Monthly Emergency Communication TEST

RAVE Alert – Monthly Emergency Communication TEST

To the CRC campus community:Tuesday October 13th, 2020 we will conduct the monthly test of our RAVE Alert Emergency Notification System. On this date we will only test email and text messaging. RAVE Emergency Alert System utilizes Clarkson email and cell phone text messages.  Your Clarkson email is automatically loaded.  To receive a text message, login to PeopleSoft, under “Self Service”. Students – https://intranet.clarkson.edu/peoplesoft/ (MyCU) > Self Service Fac/Staff – https://intranet.clarkson.edu/peoplesoft/ (MyCU) > Self … Continue reading RAVE Alert – Monthly Emergency Communication TEST

RAVE Alert – Monthly Emergency Communication TEST

To the Potsdam campus community:Tuesday October 13th, 2020 we will conduct the monthly test of our RAVE Alert Emergency Notification System. On this date we will only test email and text messaging. RAVE Emergency Alert System utilizes Clarkson email and cell phone text messages.  Your Clarkson email is automatically loaded.  To receive a text message, login to PeopleSoft, under “Self Service”. Students – https://intranet.clarkson.edu/peoplesoft/ (MyCU) > Self Service Fac/Staff – https://intranet.clarkson.edu/peoplesoft/ (MyCU) … Continue reading RAVE Alert – Monthly Emergency Communication TEST

Evacuation Procedures for Persons with Disabilities

The following is a general guideline of evacuation procedures during fire and other building emergencies.  It also addresses non-emergency situations. COVID19 Instructions:   In the event of a building evaluation, directional traffic signage does not need to be followed and that individuals should use their closest exits. Wear a mask upon exiting and re-entering the building.  When evacuating … Continue reading Evacuation Procedures for Persons with Disabilities

Drug Free Schools and Communities Act

Each year, drinking affects college students, as well as college communities, and families. The consequences of drinking include: ·         Death: 1,825 college students between the ages of 18 and 24 die each year from alcohol-related unintentional injuries. ·         Assault: More than 690,000 students between the ages of 18 and 24 are assaulted by another student who has been drinking. … Continue reading Drug Free Schools and Communities Act

EVACUATION PROCEDURES FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

The following is a general guideline of evacuation procedures during fire and other building emergencies.  It also addresses non-emergency situations. COVID19 Instructions:   In the event of a building evaluation, directional traffic signage does not need to be followed and that individuals should use their closest exits. Wear a mask upon exiting and re-entering the building.  When evacuating … Continue reading EVACUATION PROCEDURES FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES